Mon Jul 16 14:22:00 GMT 2018
On 7/16/2018 10:02 AM, Stephen John Smoogen wrote:
> Most of the rsh usage is going to be legacy hardware and systems which
> various places still have in good numbers. Various industrial and lab
> components might have been built in 1995 and is slower than your
> iphone but the replacement costs tens or hundreds of millions of
> dollars... (and still uses rsh for backwards compatibility). Payroll
> systems in other places use rsh and rcp and cost large amounts to
> 'upgrade'. The people running these don't show up mailing lists
> because they may not even know that the system uses rsh/telnet or some
> other obscure thing.. they just run a script on a Windows desktop that
> someone wrote years ago. They only show up when stuff stops working.
But are those scripts Cygwin? I doubt they are. Do you have proof of any?
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